Capital City Colonials is a tour company operating guided walking tours in Annapolis. We allow patrons to see the compact historic district from an 18th century perspective, while walking with colonial-clad guides in the footsteps of the builders of Annapolis and our nation. We offer a variety of tours in an effort to accommodate a variety of interests.
During our Historic District 101 Tour, find out who in town printed the money and learn what women were doing back then besides tending the kitchen. Get introduced to 18th century buildings and their history, but most importantly the people behind them. Homes of the middling class as well as the grand homes of the gentry are visited. You will go inside Maryland’s State House where George Washington resigned his commission from the continental army, the kitchen of a 1774 mansion, and then marvel at the splendors of St. Anne’ Church.
Taste the city with the Annapolis Food & History Tour. Spend three hours strolling around town with a over a dozen tasting and history stops. Eat where the founding fathers ate, and eat where the founding father wish they could have eaten. Enough food is consumed on tour to be considered lunch.
The Annapolis-in-an-Hour Tour covers the “must see” places in the Annapolis Historic District. This is a great tour for those with a short attention span or those short on time.
In addition to the three tours described above for groups, we also offer Washington’s Resignation Tour, Women of 18th Century Annapolis, a teambuilding/scavenge game, tours of the Sand’s House, tours of the Jonas Green House, and/or any custom combinations of which you dream.
Tours generally depart from Hard Bean Coffee & BookSellers at 36 Market Space (across from city dock).
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